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THE 

TOLEDO MUSEUM 

OF ART 



CATALOGUE 

of 

PAINTINGS 



MARCH 
1916 



Exhibition of Works by American Painters 
Paintings by George Elmer Browne 
The Goble Collection of Bookplates 
Permanent Collection 



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The 

Toledo Museum 

of Art 



CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS 

IN THE PERMANENT 

COLLECTION 



TRANSIENT 
EXHIBITIONS 



MARCH 
1916 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Toledo Museum of Art 



http://archive.org/details/catalogueofpaintm1916tole 



Permanent Collection 
Oil Paintings 



American 



ADAM EMORY ALBRIGHT. 

1. Country Children. 

CECILIA BEAUX. 

2. After the Meeting. 

CARROLL BECKWITH, N. A. 

3. The Falconer. 

GEORGE W. BELLOWS, A. N. A, 

4. Blackwell's Bridge. 

J. D. BLONDEL, A. N. A. 

5. The School Girl. 

H. REYNOLDS BLOOMER. 

6. Country Road. 

GEORGE ELMER BROWNE. 

7. The White Cloud. 

CARLTON T. CHAPMAN, A. N. A. 

8. A Rocky Coast. 

EDWIN D. CONNELL. 

9. Cattle. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

W. H. COOPER. 

10. Landscape and Cattle. 

JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY. 

11. Portrait of Lord Abercrombie. 

CHARLES C. CURRAN, N. A. 

12. The Jcjngfrau. 

13. The Swimming Pool. 

ELLIOTT DAINGERPIELD, N. A. 

14. Storm Breaking Up. 

THOMAS WILMER DEWING, N. A. 

15. Writing a Letter. 

I^AUL DOUGHERTY, N. A. 

16. Moonlit Cove. 

BEN FOSTER, N. A. 

17. Early Moonlight. 

FREDERICK F. FURSMAN. 

18. In the Garden. 

GILBERT GAUL, N. A. 

19. Battery H in Action. 

BIRGE HARRISON, N. A. 

20. Woodstock Meadows in Winter. 

CHILDE HASSAM, N. A. 

21. Summer Sea. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

WINSLOW HOMER, N. A. 

22. Sunlight on the Coast. 

G?:ORGE INNESS, N. A. 

23. After a Spring Shower. 

ASTON KNIGHT. 

24. The Torrent. 

CARL MARR. 

25. Dusk. 

M. JEAN McLANE. 

26. Girl in Gray. 

HENRY MOSLER. 

27. The Bisharin Minstrel. 

GUSTAVE HENRY MOSLER. 

28. De Profundis. 

KLIZABETH NOURSE. 

29. Twilight. 

EDMUND H. OSTHAUS. 

30. Afield. 

31. A Good One. 

WALTER OILMAN PAGE. 

32. Study of a Head. 

THOMAS S. PARKHURST . 

33. October Skies. 

STEPHEN PARRISH. 

34. The Break-up of Winter, Cornish, N. H. 

DE WITT PARSHALL, A. N. A. 

' 35. Granite Gorge, Grand Canyon. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

ALICE CORSON PATTON. 

36. The Lady with the Shawl. 

HENRY W. RANGER, N. A. 

37. Landscape. 

FREDERICK REMINGTON, A. N. A. 

38. Indl^ns Disguised as Buffaloes. 

HENRY REUTERDAHL. 

39. Blast Furnaces. 

JULIAN RIX. 

40. Sunshine and Shadow. 

ALEXANDER ROBINSON. 

41. Interior op a Church, Holland. 

ISABEL ROSS. 

42. The Serenaders. 

WARREN W. SHEPPARD. 

43. The Trackless Sea. 

44. The Half-Moon. 

WALTER SHIRLAW, N. A. 

45. Marble Quarry, Vermont. 

46. Portrait Head. 

EDOUARD J. STEICHEN. 

47. Across Marshes. 

GEORGE GARDNER SYMONS, N. A. 

48. Snow-Clad Fields in Morning Light. 

GILBERT STUART. 

49. Sir Ashley Cooper. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

SVEND SVENDSON. 

50. The Village Street. 

HENRY 0. TANNER. 

51. The Disciples on the Sea of Galilee. 

ANNA L. THORNE. 

52. The Mill. 

DWIGHT WILLIAM TRYON, N. A. 

53. Spring Morning. 

L. E. VAN GORDER. 

54. Flower Market, Paris. 

HORATIO WALKER, N. A. 

55. The Wood Cutter. 

MARTHA WALTER. 

56. Anne. 

EVERETT L. WARNER, A. N. A. 

57. Along the River Front, New York. 

FREDERICK J. WAUGII, A. N. A. 

58. MoNHEGAN Surf. 

BENJAMIN WEST, R. A. 

59. The Hero Returned. 

S. JESSIE WEST. 

60. Where Poppies Bloom. 

ALMON C. WHITING. 

61. Notre Dame, Paris. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 



England 



SIR EDWARD BURNE-JONES. 

62. Charity. 

WALTER GREAVES. 

63. PoRTRx\iT OF James McNeill Wiiistlek. 

JOHN LA VERY. 

64. Moonlight, TetUx^n, Morocco. 

DANIEL MACLISE, R. A. 

65. The Standard Bearer. 

JOSE WEISS. 

G6. September on the Arun. 

France 

GEORGES D'ESPAGNAT. 

67. Levandou. 

JULES GRUN. 

68. Effet de Lumiere. 

M. J. IWILL. 

69. La Boresca, Venice. 

ADOLPHE JOURDAN. 

70. The First Step. 

SAINTIN FRANCOIS JOZAN. 

71. The Bountiful Season. 

GUSTAVE LOISEAU. 

72. The Banks of the Eure. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

HENRY MORET. 

73. Seaweed Gatherers. 

FRANCOIS RIVOIRE. 

74. Roses et Flox. 

ANTOINE VOLLON. 

75. Fruit and Flowers. 



Holland 



JOSEF ISRAELS. 

76. The Daily Bread. 

77. Portrait of Israels. 

J. H. S. KEVER. 

78. Sisters. 

79. Mother and Children. 

EVART PIETERS. 

80. In the Month of May. 

WILM STEELINK. 

81. Sheep in Pasture. 

Russia 

N. N. BOUNIN. 

82. The Harvesters. 

IVAN A. DJENYEEFF. 

83. Laying the Foundation of the Kremlin. 

CARL N. KAHL. 

84. The Old Mill. 

85. End of a Summer Day. 

A. A. KOUDRIAVTSEFF. 

86. The Fishermen. 

BENJAMIN N. POPOFF. 

87. The Weaver. 



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PERMANENT COLLECTION 

PAVEL D. SCHMAEOFF. 

88. Lady in Carriage. 

S. M. SEIDENBERG. 

89. The Flowers. 

V. P. VERESTCHAGIN. 

90. The Golden Cloud. 

1. A. VELTZ. 

91. Valley of the Dneiper. 



Germany 



FRANZ VON STUCK. 

92. Portrait of the Artist's Daughter. 

JANUARIUS ZICK. 

93. The Crown of Thorns. 



Italy 



SALVATOR ROSA. 

94. The Encounter. 

SCHOOL OF FERRARA. 

95. St. Gregory. 

96. St. George. 

GIORGIO VASARI. 

97. Portrait of Cosimo de Medici, 

Duke of Tuscany. 



Sw^eden 



GUSTAV ADOLF FJAESTAD. 

98. Silence — Winter. 

NILS FORSBERG. 

99. Poitier a Saint-Amand. 



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Exhibition of Works by Twelve 
American Painters 



GIFFORD BEAL. 

101. At the Hippodrome. / 5^<^ ^ 

102. The Side Show, i s~o o 

103. The Albany Boat, -x^ocy o 

GEORGE BELLOWS. 

104. Snow Dumpers. I y ^ ^ 

105. The Blue Pool, S~~o o 

106. Crosseyed Boy. / S' ^ ^ 

107. Parrot and Girl. >_ o o o 

WILLIAM M. CHASE. 

108. Still Life— Fish. :u5~^oo 

109. Long Island Fisherman. 'JSTD 

PAUL DOUGHERTY. 

110. Near Cape Cornwall. 3^^ ^ 

111. Late Afternoon. ^ s~d o 

112. Northwesterly Gale. G oc 

113. Gathering Storm. js~o 

W. J. GLACKENS. 

114. Yellow Bath-House. 3^ ^ 

115. Head of a Girl. ¥0 o 

116. Girl in Black and White, ^ o o 

(^HHjDE HASSAM. 

117. Miss Florence's Garden. 7~ o o a 

118. The Siren's Grotto. 'S~(^o 

119. Nocturne. ^ <^ a c^ 

120. Moonlight, Old Lyme. S'oo 



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TRANSIENT EXHIBITION 



ROBERT HENRI. 

121. Young Girl, i-^o ^ c> 

122. Indian Girl, ii^ o o 

123. Menaume Cliffs — Ireland. ^60 

ERNEST LAWSON. 

124. The Ox Team. S o (^ 

125. Early Spring. S<^ c> 

126. Suburban Road. 3c> c 

127. The Bathing Beach. >~}S^ 

HAYLEY-LEVER. 

128. Across the Harbor and St. Ives Bay. 3oc o 

129. Landing Fish, so (^ 

130. Fishing Boats, Gloucester, ^c <^ 

131. St. Ives, Morning Light, s^co 

W. ELMER SCHOFIELD. 

132. Inner Harbor, Folperro. ^^^ 

133. Early Moonrise. ^o (^ 

134. BoDiNNiCK Village. 700 

135. Near the Coast. % oc 

GARDNER SYMONS. 

136. Rocks and Sea. % S"0 

137. Sunshine of Morning. >-5'^<3 

138. Farmhouses in Winter. $ c 

J. ALDEN WEIR. 

139. Lute Player. ; s- o c 

140. Flowers. 3oo o 

141. Summer. / o'o c 

The foregoing paintings are for sale. Prices 
may be ascertained at the office. 



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Exhibition of Paintings by 
George Elmer Browne 



142. The Sardine Fleet. 2 o <5 

143. Winter Loggers. / 5^ o o 

144. Peasant's Cottage, Brittany. > o o 

145. The Beach, Ogunquit. 6^ o o 

146. Winter at St. Dennis, jro c 

147. Cloudy Autumn Day. ' :>- o c 

148. Boats at Chioggia. K C- o 

149. Path by the Sea. /a o g 

150. Moonlight, Provincetown . '6 d o 

151. The Green Coat. (^ o c 

152. Provincetown Harbor. ^ (^ 

153. The Pottery Vendor, ip o c 

154. The English Channel, /^a o 

155. The Dunes. i> o o 

156. Harmony in Green and Gold, too 

157. Moonlight, Chioggia. > r <s o 

158. The Jungfrau. ' o o o 

159. Edge of the Grove. / x o o 

160. Mid-Ocean. ^ o c 

161. Autumn in Maine, 9 c c 

162. Moonlit Surf, o o o 

163. The Song. . ^ 

164. Starlight Night. ^ o o 

165. Life of the Sea. 'J o o 

The foregoing paintings are for sale. Priees 
may be ascertained at the office. 



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The Goble Collection of Bookplates 

In the print room there will be found an ex- 
hibition of bookplates selected from the large col- 
lection of Winifred and Leroy Truman Goble, of 
Chicago. The majority of the prints shown are 
probably not duplicated in America. To gather 
these plates has cost years of enthusiastic effort on 
the part of the collectors, and the exhibition is 
unique in point of number and artistic merit of the 
examples. 



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The Goble Collection of Bookplates 

1. LuiGi Kasimir. 

2. C. JiLOVSKY. 

8. Chicago Artists — W. R. Townley ; Albert Olson ; 
Roy Van Nice ; D 'Emo ; Gustave Bauman ; 
Bertha Jaques; R. V. Brown; Louis Braun- 
HOLD ; EdwxVrd Alling ; T. C. Lawrence ; D. F. 
Cass; Phil Sawyer. 

4. Robert Conklin ; Anita Willets Burnham ; Nora 

Hamilton ; Ralph Fletcher Seymour ; Glen 
Shepfer; Carl Scheffler; Carl S. Junge; 
Dealton Valentine ; Will Ransom ; Ralph M. 
Pearson ; E. Preble Harris. 

5. Felix Hollenberg. 

6. Matilde Ade. 

7. Marquis Franz von Bayros. 

8. Bertha Gorst. 

9. American Engravers — 1, J. W. Spenceley ; 2, 

Frederick Spenceley; 3, W. Edgar Fisher; 4, 
E. D. French; 5, W. F. Hopson; 6, Sidney 
L. Smith; 1, Garret; 8, A. N. McDonald; 9, 
Valentine Kirby. 

10. Ralph M. Pearson. 

11. A. COSSMAN. 

12. Otto Ubbelode — Four etcliings; Bosco — One col- 

ored etching. 

13.^ George Broel. 

14. Hubert Wilm. 

15. George Plank — Four wood blocks ; Marquis Franz 

VON Bayros — Two heliogravures. 



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TRANSIENT EXHIBITION 

16. W. F. HopsoN — Two copper plate engravings; 

George Hanitz — Three steel engravings. 

17. MoRiTz Grunewaldt. 

18. Bruno Heroux. 

19. Willi Doelpel — One lithograph, one etching; 

Adolf Kunst — Two wood blocks. 

20. Alfred Peter — Four wood blocks; Willi Doel- 

pel — One wood block; Artist Unknown — One 
lithograph. 

21. Alfred Soder — Two etchings ; Willi Eringhausen 

— Four zincs. 

22. Alois Kolb. 

23. 1, Alfred Soder; 2, Waldrapp; 3, Schuck; 4, 

Hans Zarth. 

24. 1, B. RoGG; 2, Willi Munch-Kle; 3, M. E. Phil- 

Lipp; 4, Curt Hasenor. 

25. 1, Unknown ; 2, Adolph Kunst ; 3, 0. Felsing ; 4, 

Otto Erhardt. 

26. 1, Gordon Craig ; 2, E. A. Abbey ; 3, Maxpield Par- 

RiSH; 4, Arthur Noll; 5, Sheldon Cheney; 
6, Elihu Yedder. 

27. Carl S. Junge. 

28. Hela Peters ; G. B. Stella ; Chas. Heyman ; 

Strellar. 

29. Curt Hasnohr ; G. Erler ; Teschner ; Monori. 

30. Alois Kolb; Weinheimer; E. H. ; Willi Geiger; 

G. Erler ; Milevar. 

31. 1, Jay Chambers; 2, Jay Chambers; 3, Mary 

Cheney ; 4, Mary Cheney ; 5, Dr. Arthur W. 
Clark ; 6, Dr. Arthur W. Clark. 



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transient exhibition 

32. Otto Erhardt. 

33. 1, Kaplbauer; 2, Poland Barker; 3, Unknown; 

4, P. VOIGT. 

3-1 1, Franz Stassen ; 2, Franz Stassen; 3, Franz 
Stassen ; 4, M. Steinfeld. 

35. Richard Lux — Two etchings, one color; R. Tesch- 

NER — Three etchings. 

36. 1, Fritz Erler; 2, Fritz Erler; 3, Boutet de 

MoNVEL; 4, Lajos; 5, Lajos; 6, Werner. 

37. 1, Hans Bastanier; 2, Hans Bastanier; 3, Conrad 

Strasser; 4, Conrad Strasser. 

38. Franz Hein. 

39. Matilde Ade — Six color process. 

40. Key to processes. 

41. Personal plates of the Gobies. 

42. Personal plates of the Gobies. 

43. Wildeman; Hanna Stern; T. B. Hapgood; Alex. 

HaNNOTIAN ; HlAVACEK ; VOLNER. 

44. Left to right — Leo Rauth; Josef Divesky; Gust. 

ScHROETER; WeIDEMEYER; HeRMAN DeLITSCH ; 

Bel WE. 

45. Wilbur Macy Stone; Louis J. Bridgeman; Bothe 

Schmidt; Andre Lambert; Albert Stolz; 
Lillien. 

46.' 3, Wm. Edgar Fisher; 3, Fidus. 

47. 3, Bauer; 3, Robert Anning Bell. 

48. 145, Mary Lawson ; 43, Timothy Cole ; 178, Phil 

Sawyer ; Carl S. Junge ; 38, Sheldon Cheney. 

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TRANSIENT EXHIBITION 



49. Paul Dalen ; B. Wenig ; Franklin Booth ; Julius 

KliNGER ; SONNER PaTAKRCH ; HanS WiLDEMAN. 

50. Claude Bragdon ; Walter G. Enright ; Jay Cham- 

bers; Hermann Struck; Margaret Webb ; F. 
H. Aldrich. 



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